Airports Council International (Asia-Pacific) has released the results of the Green Airports Recognition 2022, which has recognised 12 airports in Asia-Pacific and the Middle East for their achievements in carbon management.
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For the first half of 2020, worldwide airport passenger numbers decreased by 58.4 per cent when compared to the same period in 2019, with international passenger traffic hit the hardest, recording a 64.5 per cent drop.
The contract will involve the planning and design of the international departure lounge in Beijing Capital International Airport's Terminal 3.
In the latest instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive CEO series, Kadri Samsunlu, CEO of Istanbul iGA Airport, discusses how far the newly-developed airport has come since beginning operation at full capacity in early 2019.
Dublin Airport has welcomed a new Shenzhen route, operated by Hainan Airlines, which will be the airport's second mainland China destination behind Beijing.
Being at the location where Scotland meets the world, Edinburgh Airport wants to extend its welcome as far as possible. Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive of Edinburgh Airport, reveals the long and exciting journey the airport has taken to secure a direct route to China.
Two years ahead of a new mega airport opening in one of the world's most populated cities, the news that Beijing Airport is getting greener is music to many ears.
Join International Airport Review in celebration of our 20th Anniversary as we begin our Top 20s feature and pick our Top 20 World Airports.
A new report suggests investment activity in airport construction and expansion remains high in fast-growing regions of Asia-Pacific and the Middle East and Africa despite general sluggishness in the global economy.
4 December 2014 | By SITA
Asia’s busiest airport, Beijing Capital International Airport, has once again chosen SITA to provide its passenger processing technology to manage its more than 80 million passengers...
16 June 2006 | By Dr. John D. Kasarda, Director, Kenan Institute of Private Enterprise, University of North Carolina
Demand, competition and opportunity in Asia are stimulating airport evolution and the emergence of the Aerotropolis. In this article, John Kasarda traces the development of the region’s airport cities.